Tech’s 14th annual Career, Research, Innovation, and Development Conference (CRIDC) was held this past February 1. Ninety-nine graduate students participated in the poster competition, presenting their research in front of their peers and faculty and staff judges alike. This year’s CRIDC recognized the outstanding and impactful work of our student competitors and awarded $43,000 worth of research travel grants.
Our Biomedical Engineering PhD student Anamik Jhunjhunwala was one of the poster competition winners.
Source: Graduate Education